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  • Kellogg's went to war with leading UK chain Tesco over the lookalike packaging of the retailer's own-label cereals. (Tesco finally backed down). More significantly Kellogg's even broke with its long-standing
  • Tesco "Family Makes Us Better" by Rothco Dublin Honda "Karaoke" by McGarryBowen London Hong Kong Airlines "Where Hong Kong Begins" by DDB Hong Kong David Jones "David Jones Food" by TBWA Australia
  • UK supermarket giant Tesco is preparing to launch a separate discount chain to compete head to head with Aldi and Lidl. Up to 60 existing mid-size Tesco sites, mainly in areas with a low-income population,
  • and instead favour local heroes Sainsbury's and Tesco. This ad should make many of those supermarket snobs think twice about that view. Movie and box set buffs will have lots of fun identifying the
  • suffered temporary delisting by leading supermarket Tesco over the past year. Meanwhile, Corona and Peroni were the biggest risers, both up by over 10%. British companies are facing an unprecedented
  • UK supermarket Tesco's proposed acquisition of food wholesaler Booker was unexpectedly cleared without conditions by regulators. That decision over-ruled strong opposition from rival wholesalers who fear
  • best-known as the power behind UK grocer Tesco's rewards programme. As a result, Kroger now has its own rewards programme under the Kroger Plus Card. In April 2015, Kroger bought out Tesco's stake in
  • as an attempt to mount a defence against UK giant Tesco which opened its first convenience-format stores in the US at the end of 2007. However, the subsequent failure of these left a question mark over
  • Tesco Mobile, a "virtual" mobile service (MVNO) marketed by Tesco and routed via the O2 network, launched at Christmas 2003, and now serves around 4.5m customers. O2 was also for several years the minority
  • for 12 weeks to 8th Nov, show Tesco at its lowest market share for more than a decade, while Aldi and Lidl topped 10% combined for the first time. Tesco's share slipped to 27.9%, falling below 28% for

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